Tag: EPS

The Next Government Regulation to Hit Earnings

The Next Government Regulation to Hit Earnings

The SEC estimates that climate disclosures will cost small cap companies approximately $420,000 per year on average and $530,000 for larger public companies. The winners will be law firms, accounting firms and the SEC at the expense of companies. It is logical that this type of punitive legislation and time-consuming disclosure will push out IPO … Continue reading The Next Government Regulation to Hit Earnings

Earnings Estimates Will Be Revised Downward

Earnings Estimates Will Be Revised Downward

On March 31st we told investors to be prepared for weak earnings. After almost 30 years in the capital markets one lesson learned is that sellsiders are slow to publish bad news. Therefore it is not terribly difficult to predict that the sellside will lower EPS estimates for 2023 and beyond when the June and … Continue reading Earnings Estimates Will Be Revised Downward

It Takes Two to Tango. Don’t Expect M&A Activity to Accelerate Anytime Soon

It Takes Two to Tango. Don’t Expect M&A Activity to Accelerate Anytime Soon

Based on June quarter earnings call results, management teams have less visibility into Sales pipelines, Revenue forecasts and Profitability in the aggregate than several months ago. This in turn causes would be acquirers to haircut purchase price valuations if not walk away from deals entirely. In the former case, valuation haircuts typically either stall deal … Continue reading It Takes Two to Tango. Don’t Expect M&A Activity to Accelerate Anytime Soon

A CEO Analysis: Part II

A CEO Analysis: Part II

My recent CEORater Podcast where I discussed various Attributes on the CEORater platform that speak to a given CEO’s leadership style. We cover two Attribute groups: "Strategy & Tactics" and "Investor-Related": We have incorporated these and other CEO Attributes into the CEORater platform (42 Attributes in total). The CEO Attributes are based on my experience as an Equity Research Analyst where … Continue reading A CEO Analysis: Part II